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    The Student Climate Strike and Discussing Religious Inspiration for Fashion

    On this week’s episode of Just Love, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan looks at the Global Student Climate Strike and he also discusses the inspiration behind the creation of fashion. Jessica Caron is a graduate of Dartmouth College with a Major in both Environmental and Hispanic Studies. She’s been serving as Program Manager for the Glen Rock Green Team, a green business recognition program of the Borough of Glen Rock that encourages socially beneficial behavior by local businesses. Jessica talks to us about the Climate Strike, what its objectives are, and what the hopes that she and other participants have for a future of climate justice. Caterine Sanchez is the Owner and…

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    Reflections on the April 21st Easter Sunday Bombings in Sri Lanka and Our Care for God’s Creation

    On this week’s episode of Just Love, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan talks about the tragic bombings in Sri Lanka and also a Catholic climate movement. Marion Boteju is the Corporate Secretary and Chief of Staff for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York. Marion’s family is from Sri Lanka and she spent part of her childhood in that country. She talks to Msgr. Sullivan about some of her reflections on the terrible bombings that took place in Sri Lanka at several Churches and Hotels on this Easter Sunday, and what – in her opinion – should be done to address religiously based violence in her family’s native land. Kelly Moltzen…

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    The Human Costs of Climate Change & Contamination

      Photo: Andrea Bruce & Joseph Majkut On this week’s episode of JustLove, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan will be speaking with two guests focused on the human costs of climate change and contamination. Joseph Majkut, Ph.D., Director of Climate Science at the Niskanen Center, a policy think-tank based in Washington D.C. will be joining us. Msgr. Sullivan and Joseph will be speaking to us about how the warming climate will likely aggravate inequalities between regions and communities in the United States – with Texas, Florida, the deep South and coastal communities bearing the brunt of the negative impact of increasing temperatures  Documentary Photographer Andrea Bruce who uses the medium of photography to bring attention to…

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    Tune In to JustLove to Learn About the Pope’s Upcoming Environmental Encyclical

    On this week’s JustLove episode, Msgr. Sullivan focuses on the Pope’s  Environmental Encyclical and the environment.  He speaks with Donald Brown, Professor at Widener University School of Law, on the topic of ethics and climate change. Also on the show is Henry Longbottom, Blogger for Green Jesuit. Longbottom speaks with Msgr. about the encyclical and  his article, “Why I’d Rather be a Hypocrite Than a Cynic.” from The Jesuit Post.

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    Tune in to JustLove this Week to Learn About the Science of Climate Change and the 9/21 People’s Climate March

    Msgr. Sullivan speaks with Patrick Carolan, Executive Director, Franciscan Action Network (FAN). Patrick and Monsignor will be speaking about Catholic participation in this Sunday’s People’s Climate March. Also on the show is Veerabhadran Ramanathan, Ph.D, Director, Center for Atmospheric Sciences at Scripps Institution of Oceanography at UC-San Diego and Member of Pontifical Academy of Sciences. Prof. Veerabhadran Ramanathan  will be speaking to Msgr. Sullivan about the science of climate change.